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SATURDAY. JlfllY C. IRK.
UncHt Circulation In I'Hr ainl Stole
fOR STATR MKATK :
I. l-. VA-IiCER,,
STATU CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Johk C. 0 awt. of I)avilo,Cbeinnan.
Jews BAxrrH. T Knox.
W. B. CAVf BM.L. f Wilton.
,Tam JmtM, f(lreB.
A. A.8BMVf MimrtiH. -Cts.
8. CArwif. of .Shelby.
K-wtuIIk' CoiniiiHIrn far Middle Ten-
Jm Uarm, Jn S. Hbik.v.
Th. Thaushiwioht. W. Matt. Bbowx.
rnvillt'ltKMONAI. AND n.OTEItlAI.
On the remmmienilstion of the late con
venliiMi of the tieople of Davidson county,
a MmvqBjiBn of the fifth Congressional
!itriet i AHed, te aaaeralife in Nashville
ow the.fimt Saturday in July, to rvomiBate
a dWe for Ongrt-w. The Conferva
tiT p)lf Davidn,.llobert, Saw
i.er, Wilton, Williamson, ami Gfcaatham
torniD M'Mlnflav' riest, July 11, to ap
Ak, at the name time awl place will he
hlil a MHtrefttien to nominate a candidate
fur llfeLunlig of the General A
ctMttlr for the flolerial liHtrictcoiioeeil of
the enwHtif of Dviilfl3lrlMHi Mont
imiery, and Cfetlham, to which ilelegnte
will U-smxiinled at the Mine time in the
I)y wder of the Middle Div-ieion Itxecu
ti?c Owfimfltea. Jonx Lhi.t.yett,
jHKe 24, 1W57. Chairman,
N3BWS Ol 'PITTS DAY.
Three boys were killed by lightning nti
Litohfteld. Iliiuota. ofl the 3d hut.
TWe Bteaeeratle convention or the territory
of MnetH HtHfl tunwi loromy rj.
The H )k IW' etate; tbat the lutWeiia
ire drt1g eff ; frtrtu JAwr Bearer, 1
Ki-aovarwH-1,. W. IVwell, of Kentucky, dil
at lleJeren. mi the M imt.. of irab-sM.
The flt. IhiU CobupHu have ortlerwl the
i.vemit of a ntmilM-r of "ttwts with rrnnite
luck, 4iinea in the vtettiity of l'llsl lCo.
A Teta of iilvw awl tlwid, of umiraitl rick
tens, ke leti tliwovereil on the Camkerlatid
l iver, net far from Smithlainl, Kenlneky
Urhtnit.K Mrui!k the court house of Urr.iiKU
. ..uhO' Virsiuia. on the 2Mi ult.. aettine it on
lire wl ileetroyiiu: it anl th e other builJirff.
rreMrtr U the awuut ot wm awen
u4ilil ilia last three MHMitha. f
than worth wan recovered by
TWe tet4 loe of the Auttrian army in the late
war wtti the lrHtM. we UM1 uiid
men. ar wore than oae-fifth 1 lt mto
Thedwreeof Mleatrw of Hngli.h Literature
huxheM M.BftrreJ . ,AwelJ. Kvawi.
Hthor rff," "JtetilBh." etc., hy the
UaltiW'tre Fmaale College.
The wreek of the IleUel vunboat JeffThowii--,n
euHk hi the battle of Meeaphiii. ban heen
LIowh up. 'JSie wrek of the BeHUrecarti will
urxt be bVavm mi-
We Htxlferetatid' the bent hern :nail or-ioe.
reatoretl ai Wore the Har. which weut into
..iiinilian on the lut iuot., iiimwn about one
tboHMMtt roatea. ami iri an rompletrly uit.lor
. ..iitroet withrepouible"artieai at any former
a ir.ll,v aiitiMM of Berlin aiilisl to the
nuiHieitHttity of that town for a site on which to
erect a Me Me te iwne I'mHe, mm iwn
nr rtin iMttsto Into lEnrope. and offer l
.iibecribe KsflWtbalert (IlttMU toward the utatiiu
I.te rriTU from Santa Teatato that the In
diana areb$eeaHK irouijeoie in iiew .ueiM-o.
iwtk Mtd killitu one man in pan
Miaaei ty ia the early Prt of June. The
s avaioea and Apachea are wtteoially lioattleja
their owBlicl towara me wniiex.
A Ray deeeirer. nawod Riddle, sixty oJd years
,,1.1. nn away from the rencnible partner of his
,,r Ui KiahHiettd. Kentucky, thelrther day
t'iiic with him all her niouey. and worm still
her KraBe-aH(r, a uiuoaiinc ia 01 vixieeu.
IlutuiltM. daurhler of Amlrew llatnil
i, hi reidinT three tuilea from IndiauapHlia,
l.iwa. waa HMmr coat on to Kimite a tire on t
M met-, wheu tWe oan exploded, and ahenac
badly bureau" ttat her recovery i it0Mible.
SamHl Maxwell, re4eael on the expiration
of a term in the Ohio penitentiary not Inug ao,
waa found Head in a eanal lm'k inlereland. on
.1.-1.1 uli n'bnre waa a uuiiet note in in iireewt
The corener'ii jurj; returned a verdict that they
Jut not KOW HOW II caiue iiicib.
Rev. 11. F. Morris cowmitted nicije by ktuig
. t,, rJUr nf liif bouae in SpriuarRelil
iihi'n. oh theSSth UR. Hew bttel) ac4rh in
the State Department ar. aahingtoii. and w.
i.rtv venra old. Fonnerly be preacfied in J.htu
' . . ... . a
liana, and other
pi.Ua 1u had a "fashionable wedding.
FiwenelV. Jerotae, of New.York. a nefihew of
.Taoin. wa married to Mm i'aultna on
v .i. . i.is ,iuuI.l.i..r nf n deciwaod Swedish no
bleiuan. wU waa at one time Cetiaul of Sweilen
ThRev. James Kent Stone, a graduate of
Harvard, and for four years a ftttmaor ot Latin
id Kenyan Oil Mr, hee aeeeptejl the preMilencT
of the ae inatitatton. Kenyeu. College,
foiiBded by Blaiiop Cliase. of Ohio, in 18a, ia
now thaJarceat Kmecoual college in the conn-
Tl.ui. a clinnt tnlmilil new Kr lrH orka in St
I.ouia. and aeein to prefer tbe contract syrtem in
doing it- The Cewmisaiener ievtte iwanoeal
lor a reaervior 360 by 100 feet. anH fer larlng two
,,r three miles ot new twenty inch pine the work
to be completed by tbe fifteenth ot Oeteher. only
John W. Hoed, who married a wife in ttreene
I'oanty, a second in Howard, and a third m Mor-
mi. iMiiena. iileaded guilty the otuer day. and
waa sentenced to two year in the penitent ierr.
at the term ot the circuit louri uatu at.f ayerie.
John waa uelr about nineteen when he l
tbe matrimeawt lmnae. and is not yet twenty-
The Viulen (OhioJ HunnJ boitta the netne of
(ieorge II. I'eatdletoH. of Ohio, for the next Prem-
lencv. The CanBeM tUhio) t mm enderaes ttte
..laaiiiu of Mr. Pendleton in cowiilimontry
term. Tbe Marion coHnty tlndiaoH Senttnel
end the St. Cloud tMinueaoLa) ZmIcjmimIc( are
hl.ewwe in favor oi Mr. renuieion
Tii uaxubtcturinc cortHMration of New Eng
land, the newspaiien of that section report, have
done a laae profitable bUMneaa ainee .lanuar'
hau aurinr the utecerting six months, and con
cqaentiy there ic a falling off in the a meant ef
I a on at nmw era iiejauiv in jiiiv.
Two of tbe fareige
forwarded on the 3d
legations at Waahinnion
!-.. to fans and ineui
detaMa of the execution of Maxi
miline. Secretary Seward i nmeteni
inr Monwied at ?be new ftneUy pre-
ated aa be-
' Kiertnar I
, hopeful to tbe laot that M
Me we, aa . hi
mihaa woeW be aaTed.
, i. ... i ,.
Williem Waehiwrton. aged aeventy, f .uryeara.
i.. rrWanoi waahmeton. ot theRevoln-
i,urte. and third eoeain. nfj Oen. Ueorce
VS ahintK, died in Prinoe Wilhaaa eonnty,
-iTmTTimn dan ajro. Ilia brother. Cornel
tbronchoet the war ot
A.hl aterm r-f w2t'
sin. wnategceiiaMerwhle f ZSSh
, aetrio and freiu It Meetd by etd mm
toherebee tbe worel hail atem ever known
,u . " f tin aioaiea were a
long kd M iaiehaa UMeH. Ha mew oi me
atom we aboet a BaUe.
Dr. 8. Q. Hewe writes from Athena n4er
date of Jetia 6th, that the clothing sent from
Ho!s1on te the d-Uwte Cr4t w -
ol "fTT."" Z" .1. V.n
I lbettf the inaerrM.h- cm keen, life m
ZZTiZiUM a while WfnNT. the Mae. m tree.
aaMlif free, the aatua with Ureeee i teerita-
detarea oo aeveeet of high "k"-JJ,
t,and of two MJrLZL Jand
to hare bon MMed,
g two aomieva w
IiadiaM are known
Tbe ereetimi of a atatue to Jaffai'MW. at CUnr-
ottoaVille. Viranuta. which wa to tve?ucc!
jdr by the 1th inat.. has been UBt ofTJtiH OcUi
,Ui. 11. L.Griatby. of Norfolk.TSeolest Iivin;
Mtewporary ot JeHerson. who Traa SKiawmsv
when VirKinia waa a colony under tat Uritiih
k T'& llian. avul (U a ' " IT f I flifii K li CI ovl
Crowe, and woo was a tnemiver 01 lue wu:ii
tioe ef 1776. will be one of the speakers on the
Tbe committee, of bith house appointed to
notify tbe President that Conre had orgnnizod
and were ready to receive communications from
toe Jtxeeutive, oaiieu ai iuo i unu uuutc uu iuu
afternoon ef the 3d iL. but findingthat the
l'roeideat waa in OearKetown, attSBUIffs;" the
nnn,Mncerasnt exereieea at the colleze where
biiu bia-aesdeat, they let ajxi renamed aU
night at 9 o'ekvek ml had as interview with'
Mr. Joneaon, who miormeu lue cemmiueo mai
be bad no coaiuiunieatton to make to Congre;
at pretest. r
Caetaina Hand and Cotton, owners of the
tatta A. M. Jinll and Nellie Cotton, entertained
tbe IJuflttlonians with a novel exhibition the
other da)'. Captain Hand wagered (600 that hit
tt, the A. M. liall. would pull the other oat of
ine nanjor into toe latce. rstoara waa raueu.
the whitle atartetl an infernal concert, top
Uc hitched together and started in opposite
direetiona. Aftar a ?vore and rathar nrotraated
eotat, the Nellie Cotton waa compelled to fol
low ttie other tug outside me ngni-nouse.
TW RmmihI Auditor of the Treasury has do-
eidad that a certificate of indebtednsta from tho
goveretaent to a aotdier is not liable to be at
ached, nor ia the attorney ot tbe aoldter liaul
to be held aa bis trustee or garnishee before this
money baa been actually paid and received '
bun uuin it. The law cive the attorney n6 It
una it for a ire-ex'tine debt, nor eras for h
faea for obtaining it. It can only be paid upon
Ik avnatureof the aoldier. andia of no valae in
the handa of any othet peraon except after he
baa properly aaaicned it. .
Ttui ltiiffnlQ nailers tell of the remarkable ef-
feets.of lightning, at tho fair grounds at Spring
villa, on tbe Stub ult. A storm of rain oamanip
ami drove a larga crowd into the exhibition
flieda, one of which was struck by a thunder
bolt. At least a uunareu persona were p rostra
t.l liv thf ahock. three of whom, it ia feared.
were fatally iaijured the others oacapiugwith
but aiiirht dacsage. One woman was prostrated
and deprived ot her senses, but not of her power
of loeomotion. She instinctively gathered her
oll'nii ran tn mi omnibus, and was conveyed to
a hotel, and declares she bad no knowledge of
what took place after the flasu until she found
herself in a room at the house. Several horses
Alanine workmen out in Monroe county. Indi
ana. were digging a cellar last week, they struck
a block uf atone which disappeared with a dull
thump. Investigation disclosed a chamber with
a air-foot ceiling, and eighteen by twenty-Cvo
feet within tbe walla, which are or solid ncatly
aeaiaed atone work. Hanged in rows, on rudely
aanatructed platforms, were twelve skeletons.
each with tomahawk and arrowheads at their
rides, ear-ring ami bracelets of solid silver ly-
irur where they dropped, and piles of what ap
peared to hare been furs in the center of tho
platform, each pile crumbling to dust as soon us
exposed to tho light. A number of tools made
of copper, and hardened equal to the beat otut
steel, were atao unearthed.
Thf Washington correspondent of the Cincin
nati Quzettt sara. in his dispatch of the 3d inn..
"It ia probable, as baa been saidby many leading
Bieeafeers, mat me impeaenmeni uominutee
nan renort if they choose, but it is not believed
by anybody, so fur as. can be ascertained, that
anything will be dono wttu tne lmpeacnment
aiiMtinn at tbissesaion. thouzh the Committee
will undoubtedly make public the evidence they
have taken. The contest for short or.lenc ses
sion new took place on getting in Mr. Elliott's
resolution, and the decisive majority in favor
of tAat proposition shows eenelusively that the
hut ine-i- i- be confined te amending the recon
struction act. The general legislation men were
hmo decideilly beaten in tne Donate wbere Air.
Sumner almost alone stood up lor a long session
The Senate caucus included thirty-one mem
bers. aBd therein Sumner tvas supported only
by Mr. Chandler and one more. Mr. Conkling's
-piopesitten declaring tbat business shall be
eenfteed te tbe pasMge of a "bill giving force to
the OoaereasMnul interpretation ot tlie exist
inr reconstruction act. received all but l'oni
votes. It is elear. therefore, that the seasion
will end before the end of this month, and moat
of the member appear to think it will close by
jIKHINTKU AT OXJ1K.
Let every citiien of Davidson county
who ia antit'od to Vote under the law
hear in mind that the registration office
closes on tlie 10th insL - Everyone who
has not his certificate Should apply fo
one to-day. If he foils to.obtain it to-day
lie should apply on Monday, and overy
sticoeedinc day until he gets it. Xo time
is be loat. fio forward and get 3011
JtHXiEa A Ci.ijrks Cad rnoit Judge
Gaut. Tlie card of the Central Commit
tee, tltrotij'h Judge Gtiut, their Cliairman
wliioli we publish this morning, presents
the lfaral question in relation to the power
tinii in an unanswerable form before tho
people. It alio w "the barefaced usurpa
tion and tyranny ot liov. isruvnlow in
hie last proclamation, and make it clear
that in every case of appoiutuionta by the
Cotnuiitwueuer of Jtegietration, whore the
County Courte'have exerciwd the power,
is unlawful. It advises, nevertheless, sub
illusion to wrongs that nppoar remediless
except at greater stiQriQees than tempo
rary yieldin- (o tyranny, relying upon
the tieonle to olaim their-' riehts at the-
ballot-box. from whatever iudiies the
Comuiisaioneri) may appoint
Tin: puritan spaniel, Maynard, instead
of being at home receiving the castiga
tions. of John Williams, his adversary,
has been making a speech at Dresden
West Tennessee, threatening the arrest
by militia of influential Conservatives
in tlie event that a liadiotil asserts that
he is mistreated. See our correspon
dencc from Dresden.
this nnsTjivcrrivfis at wohk is
It is the habit to speak of the action of
Congress with regard to the Southern
Suites as reconstruction. It would be
more appropriate to call it destruction
Congress refteaouibled on the 3d inst,
and the destructive sot themselves to
work forthwith. Witnos tlie following
fromtiic report of the proceedings of the
Senate that day
Mr. Drake's bill, introduced into the
Senate, which passed to a second reading,
and waa ordered to be printed, provides
for vacattnet all legislative, executive.
judicial, or ministerial offices in the Rebel
Jjutee. not including municipal offices, but
thee latler officers may be removed by au
thority of the military commanders ot the
district. The commanding General in each
military district is to appoint suitable per
sons to fill each office made vacant by this
act. The time for registration may be ex
tended to anv day prior to November 1st,
next. N constitution adopted by any of
tbf mid ltebel States shall entitle Mich
Stale to representation in the Congress of
United States, unless it provides mat mi
dlootiuns bv the people an the Stale shall
be by ballot, ami declares that such State
shall ever remain a member of the Ameri
can Union, that every such citiien of State,
owes paramount allegiance to me unueu
State, ami no law' or ordinlwce of mich
.. . .a T.l
Stale, in subversion or contravention of the
UNthoritr ofUie United State congress lias
any Itinditvg force.
Mr. Edmund's hill, also introduced to
day, declares the military authority in the
Reliel States iwmmount to any ci"i gov
ernment existing therein, and gives com
mandtra of districts power, subject' to the
approval of the General oommasding the
armies, to remove from office any person
ho-1 dinar authority derived from any State
or govc-,rneat. It is made the President's
duty le detail a Miffiqient military ibree to
secure the eSectnal execution of this act.
The acts, bv officers of the armr. already
done in removing in said diet nets persons
Oireieig functions of civil officers, and
appointing others is. their stead, are rati
Aed, confirmed and legalised.
Air. r rotinehuysen's bill also introduced
to-day, is of a similar nature, giring power
to military commanders to remove or sus
pend civil officers and set aside the pro-
ceedings of Sajnte govern tueHte.
.Mr. u inner ottered a resolution in the
Sttsete, which waa tabled for the present,
that it would e for the best interests of
the eertiitry if the President would require
every landed proprietor, who has been en
gaged ki tile rteullion, before receiving
iMrdon. to eonvey to tne ireeames, ins
frnaner aJapaa- a certain nortion of the land
oft whieti they ImVe worked.
A resolutioRoitered br Mr. Jiowam was
atlonted. ralfifMf for 001 Hex of all instruc
tions, etc.. to ooHiuamfen of military dis
trict, ami the ontnToaa of the Attorney
General on the reeonstruatioa acta; also
the corresDondenee relatintr to the execu
tion of said acta, and the orders by 00m-
lamlere forarrying theuigiit; aUo-that,
ithejE'rrliiletinforta tllem what Jirogri'jS
tliaaf been inatle ir?fthc'!3utlW,nrftwJistHB
tioig and wISther the sum aprgpriat fg:
OvcitTos CotxTY. We understand !
that Bowles, tho incarnation of Urown-
lowiHm well known for some vears as
the most stupid, ignorant and brutal pr
8rjh thfTever ouplett aTseut Tn llicTTen
nessee Legislatjixefvdrid jluririg the warf
as a guerilla and bush-whacker of the
most savage type has taken military
possession of Overjon county, and has
declared a war of extermination, literal
and violent Sgaln'st Ckm&jprmfisui. $. Ilfesi'l
one after rpwnlqjyfowji hearts !
Our correspondent at'Lebandn gives
us an admirable account of Gtlieridge's
mooting with tho people nt that place on
the 4th. The indomitable champion of
public liberty is determined to-press his
appeals till the last day. Whatever may
Ire the result, he will stand higher, in his
tory and in tho affections .and confidence
of his countrymen than mere success
ooulfi secure to him.
Kobeutsok Couxty. It is with sincere
gratification that we learn that Hon.
John Woodward has been induced to run
as the Conservative candidate for the
Legislature from Kobertson county, lie
is ji man of intelligence, patriotism and
Stirling worth. He is deservedly popular
with all classes of citizens, and there is
not a man in the county, who would
make a more faithful, efficient and ac
ceptable Ilenresentative. He will be the
choice of a large majority of the people,
black and white, and will be triumph
antly returned, if there is the semblance
of freedom at the ballot-box.
Sir. Ethcrlflge nt Lebanon Three
Thousand People Present to Henr
Undivided Attention and Unppy Re
sults The FrflnectH In Wilson
Stokes llcportcd to he in Hi Bnslies,
Correspondence of the Union and Dispatch.
Lbbaxon, Tenn., July 4, 1867. Mr.
theridge reached our town late last even
ing, and addressed nearly three thousand
of his fellow citizeas of this county to-day
at onp o clock.
A stand was erected and seats prepared
in-a 6rroveupon tne premises of Hon. K. -Ji
Caruthers, by the joint contribution of labor
and money from whites and blacks. Tlie
blacks occupied the grounds in the fore
noon, in celebrating the day.md closed
their exerciEe"s ak one o'clock,tthe hour
fixedfer thtfBpeakitig. The large company
assembled waa about equally divided be
tween the two races, and they gave to the
speaker uninterrupted and protound at
tention throughout. The writer of this
was furnished a seat upon the stand, and
was enabled to observe the character and
deportment of the vast multitude, and to
hear every word of the able, eloquent and
forcible argument of the great standard
bearer of the Conservative Union party.
Gov. Win. B. Campbell and many other
worthy citizens were upon the stand, and
interspersed through the crowd, were the
gray hairs and familiar '"faces of many-old
veterans of the Whig and UemocratioTpar
lies, who with earnest eagerness, were
pressing forward and close round the
stand to catch the first words of the orator.
As I looked out upon these old men I could
not repress a sensation of sadness. Some of
them I knew to belong to the excluded
class. All of them I have known to be
worthy citizens from my earliest boyhood.
I have known them whrn their fortunes
were not broken, and when their lives were
not darkened with the cttiel fruits of ty
ranny and oppression. Upn someof their
faces I have seen, and from some of their
lips I have heard the expressed conviction
that they had outlived the liberties of their
people. But like an April sun breaking
th rough clouds, 1 though I saw the effect
of the manly and confident tone of Mr.
Etheridge's speech upon the sea of up
turned faces. Shadows melted before it,
anil the burthen of many a heart was
Mr. Etheridge was introduced by Gov.
Campbell in a brief, but wall-pronounced
eulogy upon his character, capacity and
services. .Mr. E. came to the front of the
Bland, and with graceful ease and pure
English acknowledged the compliment of
Gov. C. as the tribute of an ancient and
unbroken friendship. His manner was
electrical, and the sound of his voice pene
trated the-hearts of his hearers.
I cannot undertake to give you even a
synopsis of his speech. The points pre
sented, I believe, were the same which he
has made use of on fbrrue'r occasions, and
have been reported from other places more1
faithfully than they could be by me. The
manner of his delivery is inimitable, and
cannot beset down on paper.
He bitterly denounced the present State
government as a foul and irresponsible
despotism, whose cruelty kept pace with
its fears. A despotism controlled by a set
of men who were destitute of the slightest
emotion of manhood or honor. He an
nounced that the brightest lights and lead
ers of the Radical party were instigators
of the rebellion, who seduced the young
men ot tlie country into the iiebel ranks.
and deserted lliem in tlie fiour ot danger.
lliey nung arouna uonieuerate camps,
like jackals that follow in the track and
feed upon the refuse of the noble lion
The Radical party was comprised, with a
very few notable exceptions, of a class of
men who were spewed to the surface by
the revolution, and but for that would have
never been heard ol a mile from their
homes. They were hut vermin bred in
dead dogs a sot of craven imbeciles.
But they had nearly crushed the liberties
of the people, and all were slaves yea.
even the despotic master himself, who was
a slave to ins cowardly tears.
It was a noteable fact that the Radicals
wore qruel and oppressive in proportion to
their apostacy and treason against the
Rebel cause. Mr. E. here procetded with
the skillful hand of an experienced surgeon
to illustrate his proposition, by a careful
dissection of the political record of May
nard, Stokes, and Brownlow, showing to
the satisfaction of all who heard him, that
these gentlemen were blatant Rebels in
1801. and deserted the cause after they had
seduced many of they countrymen into the
great sin of rebellion.
.Leaving these uistinguistieu wortntes,
the speaker passed to a review of the State
and national debt, showing that the annual
interest upon the national debt was three
times as great as the entire annual cost of
the government before the war. He gave
especial attention to Brownlow's staff an
nouncing that that little luxury had cost
the people of Tennessee in one year and
five months, the sum of $22,000. Tbat
Brownlow's son James received as a mem
ber of that staff about $2600, and a son of
Mavnard about 53000 per year. These
items of Intelligence had their effect, and
they will tell on the day ot election.
The Legislature of the State, and their
mean, narrow-prindeu1 and despicable legis
tion came in for a minute and scathing ex
coriation. Cowards only oppress a laiien
foe. Those brave soldiers, Grant and
Sherman, and the veterans who followed
them, will never do so. Ueod men every
where rejoiced when the war wag over,
and sid, Tat the dead past bnry the dead.
Urcwnlow ami hk minions in all the land
alone lift their voices for blood.
Mr. Brownlow's slavery record, the State
militia, the morals of the party, all in their
turn received the attention of the speaker.
His speech waa closed with a beautiful and
touching appeal to all classes, parties and
colors, to bare their arms with him in re
lieving the distresses ot las people, Iet
the bloody post be gone' Joretrer; the
gloomy present offered a work for all good
citizens, ami he believed tlie future held in
store the sunshine of brighter days. JJe
said he had entered the field to tet
Brownlow. and he intended to do so. The
voice of tie loyal people were for him.
lie did not deny that it wag in the power of
Jio Ttiledr Tenueseee to
Her. people, butiit would
JBB. AT .
Jggle of SUeatioliHnriu leu
nessee, and tlie thronejof BrownlSvr would
j totter and crumble lieneath hjs craven
I limbs. He said he could, to thcend of the
canvass, bear aloft the banner of his party,
though there be none to cheer, fur his cause
was public liberty and the good of his
1 have, m my lifetime, listened to many
political speeches, but never before have L
heartl a discourse Of such thrilling interest.
His speech consumed a little more than
two hours. Ilie interest was not only sus
tained, but it was intensified to the very
last words he uttered. The seats that had
been arranged for the peoplo was abandoned
by them in the outset, and at the close of
the speech there was scarcely a person 'in
all the vast audience who was seated.
Personal comfort was forgolton in their
earcerness to catch every word that fell
from the speaker. A large number of
negroes gave their attention, and exhibited
an unusual degree ot interest, i.verybody,
black and white, express satisfaction at
the result of the day's work, and it is the
common sentiment of all that much good
has been done. I have no doubt we will
carry our county for the Conservative ticket
throughout. We have about nine nun
dred whites and four hundred blacks
registered in the county. A respectable
portion of the black vote will be Conserva
tive, and we Lave only about two hundred
or two hundred and fifty white Radicals in
the county. It is not only pos-uble, but
believe highly probable, thai Etherido
will be the next Governor of Tennessee,
It is a great work, and it is within our
reach. Certainly whilethere ia hope there
should be no lethargy in the struggle of
redeeming our State and the liberties of
Mr. Elheridge left, immediately after
closing Ins speech, lor iMurtreesboro, where
he speaks to-morrow. He is holding up
well under tlie labor, and flunks lie will do
so to the end.
11 is reported mat uiu toKes made a
speech at Watertown, in this county, to
day. I cannot vouch for the truth of the
report. But it is very well understood that
he has no disposition to meet his competi
tor, Uapl. l'lemming, and the report is
not improbable. It the report is true, it
may have been a Radical trick to draw off
the people from etheridge. If Etheridge
is as successful in other counties as in Wil
son hU election is a certainty.
from aiexico Santn Anna Executed"
New Orleans. July 5. The French
corvette Phlequeton, of eight guns, four
days from Vera Crnz with dispatches for
the Consul General of France, arrived at
Soutmvest rasa tins morning, and lias on
board Gen. Herrera and other Mexican
refugees. She brings news of the fall of
Vera Cruz on the 27th ult. The city stir
rendered without bloddshed, and is quiet.
The soldiers who were captured were sent
to Alobile by the rrencli sloop-ol-war To
besco. The foreign men of-war in port were
the United States steamer lacony, English
steamer Jason and Spanish helaire.
Santa Anna was shot on the morning of
the Utli ult., at Sisal.
New York, July 5. Judge Swayne, of
the Supreme Court, died 111 Washington
tins afternoon of typhoid fever.
Ii.x-Uovernor J . A.King bad a severe
paralytic stroke yesterday afternoon, and
his symptoms are umarorable.
tt o A r 1. 1 if rii 1 nr 1
u. P. iMiiiauui .uiurj, -uiuuci 11 uuu.
Deputy Marshals Prior and Newcomb, atid
iour oiucers were arresieu 10 uay on
charge of kidnapping.
Edward Given was robbed on Fourth
avenue, on the evening of the 4th of July,
of 57,300. Une ot the thieves lias been
arrested but none ot Hie money was re
Joseph Williams, colored, was executed
to-dav at jNew Urunswicl:, ri. J., for Uie
murder of another colored man.
A letter has been received by'ColIector
Smythe from the American Consul at
Kingston, Jamaica, stating that the yellow
fever prevailed there. It is of typhus form
and quite malignant ; about 25 per cent, of
the cases have proved fatal so far.
Washington, July C. In the Surratt
trial Mr. Carrington said the prosecution
proposes to close their case by offering in
evidence the record of the conviction by
the military commission of the other as
Mr. Pierpont proposed to put in as evi
dence an almanac for 1805, for the purpose
of showing when the moon rose on the
night of the 14th of April-, and the condi
tion of the moon about that time in Wash
Ington. Mr. Merrick objected.
Jno. C. Thompson, Wm. S. Thompson
and Andrew Caldenberrick testified to
some unimportant matters.
Judge Olm was sworn, and testified to
some facts connected with the box at the
theatre where the assassination occurred.
Walter II. Coleman, head of division in
the treasury, testified being in company
with Geo. Cushing after dinner on the day
of-the assassination : we set out on horse
back, talking earnestly to a man who
s'tood on the curbstone; this was at six
o'clock, and on Pennsylvania avenue be
tween 10th and 11th streets; Booth's face
was so very pallid as to excite remark ;
the man who was conversing with Booth
was a young man, dressed in gray clothes,
and with a small felt hat on. Question
Have you ever seen that man since, till to
day ? Answer No, Sir. Question Do
you see a man like him now ? Answer I
would like for the prisoner to stand side
ways to me. The prisoner did so. I think
that is the-man ; he is like him in appear
ance and I am not sure but that he is the
man; I havedoubta yet, but think he is
Arrlynl of 3fn.xiniiliitu' Foreign
Mobile, July 5. The steamer Tobasco,
bearing the Mexican flag, arrived yester
day morning with about five hundred of
the foreign legion from Maximilian's com
mand. The garrison of Vera Cruz left that.
city on the 28th of June. The capitulation
was signed on the 27th, and, they marched
out with colors flying and were saluted by
the Liberals They were allowed to re
tain their arms, and furnished with na
tional vessels to leave Mexico. Lieut.' Col.
J..E. Suddy, of the French army com
mand! them, and it is said they will be
mustered out here.
Church Street Lots
OIV TOIC8XA.Y, Otli JUIuX.
WK WILL SELL ON TUB ABOVB DAY.
at 11 o'clock, on the premises, TWO LOTS,
fronting each forty (40) feet on Church street,
opposite Polk avenne, bein? the property now
eeaapicd br Mrs. V. p. Cross, ap4 formerly by
John Hardlnc. Ba,i.
TKKA1S Une-Uiird cash,
balaneo one and
two j ears wilti interest
A. NKLSON CO.. Asents.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON Jc SMITH.
riVHE GENERAL CONVBNTION OF THE
X 9itna AIpb!IJrilon Fraternity will beheld
in this plaoe oa thejjth July. 1SS7. Ail eld mem
bers are respeetihJTy requested to attend.
ill. 11. u A iti x uitunrnt.,
CCA O. C.
Nashville Tenn.. Jane. 1867- je25td
TTTE WILL PAY THE HTGnBST MARKET
II pneeror titty i. noaaaou rounds Manned
and Unwaahed WOOL, without burs, delivered
In our Warabonae, No. .19 Market itreet.
lllKill AICIKEA X W.
In Chancery at Nashville.
?. r t-..- ra..i.,. not rH.. ........
Couit at Nashville, May tbe SHh. 1&67-
Traeoy, Irwin Co.. complainants, vs. John
K. Sandi. et ali.. defendanta.
TT APPEARJNGfflROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
a- in thia cause rati tbe defendant!. Jnhn
E. Sends and Mary A. Sanda, are non
residents of tho Stive of Tennessee: it is
therefore ordered tbat tbev enter their appear
ance herein before or within the ftret three days
of the next tern of said Court, to be held on the
first Mftnday ia Nof ember next, J83T, and plead,
answer or djgnir to eoraplaiaaata bill, or
the came wffpBfe; taken for oeftfeased as to
them and seuRwiL' t n n ex parte, and that a
eopy of thuvraer'pnbnKifiaTor frareenscea
tjte weft fF9BeSiviJic Union and DUpateh.
A )Ir-4Ul iO. HOWELL,
Q. 21. Pore. SaJ'r far coropl't. jantS wit
tlie vile despot
llfwart the wnl o
NORTHWESTERN' It. R. CO
F NiSHViLi-i! July 1st, ISf
TUIE Stockholder of theAajhvilloand North
X western Railroad Company are notified that
the next annual meetin? will be held at Huntinft
don. on ilonday, the 2M inst. , r
11. li. 1-llAlDUlU
jy6 td Secretary.
,,.Shelby. .Eemale Institute,
rpHE next session of this institution will open
JL on the lirat Monday in September
next. Each department is provided with com
petent aad expeaenced teaoners, ana tne eauca
tional advantages are of a very superior char
acter. Instruction In Vocal Music by the samo
hiihly qualified lady as last sesaion. Particulars
in catalogue and ftituro advertisement.
GEOKUtt U. iih liititt. a. xu.,
0. EWING. Jb., M. A. McCLAUGUERTY.
Late of Ewinc i Co. Late of Evans, Fito i Co.
Ewing & McClaugherty,
.Successors to O. EWIXO & CO..
No. 18, South Slle Viibllr Square,
NA.fcjHVrX-.X-E, TEN-N. v-
"ITtrEiiave in store a laree and well selesttd
VV stock of HARDWARE, to whieh we in
vite the attention of the trade. We have our
orders out. and will soon be receiving direct
from tbe best English ami American mnntitac
turers. a complete stock for the fall trade.
We hope to receive a liberat portion of the
patronage of the merchants visiting this market.
and respecttuuy solicit all to call una examine
our stock before purchasing.
july6tf EWING i McCLAUGHERTY.
First Quarterly Statement
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK
OF NASnVILLE, TENN.,
From May 22d Ending? Mondr.y, July
", . 1st, 1807.
Loans and Discounts- $ 48,723 60
Due from other Banks- - 193,133 35
II. R. hnnrl dennsited .with the Trea
surer.. .... - 47,000 00
U. S. bonds and securities on hand..- 3,600 00
Davidjon county bonds 6,000 00
Furniture, fixtures and outfit 11,024 00
Expenses . ,it os
Preminm 3.6uO 51
Revenue tnmri? 439 88
Cash - - 91,262 65
Capital stock paid in-...
Interest and exchange
Due to other banks
JOHN PORTERFIELD. Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me. this July
1st, IS67. A.O-NUKVELL.
jyfl 3t Notary Public.
Ht. Cecilia Academy
IN PIIRSITANOK OF A DECREE OF THE
L Chancery Court at Nashville, in the euuse of
J. li. Umldcke anil otliers vs. James iieian, 1
will sell at the Courthouse at Nashville, at 12
o clock, on
Sattirdny, July 27tn, 1867,
the lot or parcel of land fronting aboutC67 feet
on Clay street, and containing about six acres,
apian of wbich is registered in book 21, page
50, in the Register a othce, and having upon it tlie
Hi. (Vcilin. Acarlemv.
TfJRMS OF SALE One-half of the purchase
money in six mouths, one-fourth in twelve, and
the residue in twenty-four months, with iuterost
from day of sale, rioteswith approved securi
ty and a lien retained. Sale free from redemp
tion. MORTON R. HOWELL,
jyG td" Clerk and Master.
For ClurlisvlIIeaml Paducali.
UIE FINE LIGHT DRAUGHT
X Passenger steamer.
Jauks Lovki.l. Master.
Rowmav, Clerk, will leave as above on SATl'R-
11 A 1, the titn inst.. positively at 12 o oiock u.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
CORBETT Jk ROYD,
jj-6 It 41 and 42 Front street.
rilHE J. L. GRAHAM. CAPT.
J. Bk.v. L. Goad, will hereafter
run as a regular semi-weekly
packet between Clarksville and
For freight or passage, apply on board,
in ay 23 1m
ntwrnrwir1 1 1 r'Wi'azaa
INSURE YOUR LIFE.
Nashville Blood Horse Association.
A MEETING OF THE NASHVILLE BLOOD
Horse Association will take place at RlD
nr.EBTRQEF.'H. on SATURDAY next, at 11 x. m.
Members will please attend punctually.
July! 2t OEO. W. DARDEN, Sec'ry.
TflO EXCHANGE, A NEARLY NEW DOUBLE
X iluggy lor a good learner top single one.
BAILY. ORD WAY A CO..
8 Broad street.
This Institution will bo rc-opened on tho
SECOND UOKDAT Ilf SEPTEMBim
Under the direction of tho
REV. GEO. BECKETT.
Everr effort will Tib mmlatu nflnnl thn hipht
auvantages inr t cmaie i-.auct.tlon. mo oourte
ot study is both thorough and svatemntm. Mm
mneu with nomccaro and teaching. l'rolewrs
of acknowledged ability have been provided tor
tne various departments,
RT. REV. C. T. OTIINTARD. D. D Visitor.
REV. GEORGE BECKT. Principal.
MRS. LEONIDAS POLK.l Vt..-P t 1.
MRS. E. A. BECKETT, f ,ee Principals-
REV. DAVID PISE. D. D Belle Itfitr.
REV. JAMES N. TriMPLK. Mathainaltn.
MON3. A. KSTEVK, Musical Director.
MISB SL'SAN POLK, fingliah.
MISS SUEEOOO. Enaliah.
MADAME I. ESTEVE, Vocal Musie.
wior circulars ana an Dusine iraapaotions
address KKV. J. N. TMMPLE.
idow of the late Bishop Pofk.
TV, 33. WXTj
Seminary for Young Ladies,
TNGLISH. LATIN. FRENCH, MUSIC.
aj diiuiiiK.auu.uuAcuiug ucpanmenta unwr
passed in too North or South, dext aawion
opens Firat Monday in September.
Send far a. Catalogue. july3 3t
-wmr ma vn ig-r- ' ' - --,
INSURE AT HQMU,
TN PURSUANCE OF A DBGRBE OF THE
--Oka&ixjry Court in the ease of Jamas Whlt
worth. Adia'r, vs. Ebb. Demiag. I wffl eradl at
the Courthouse at Nashville, os
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1807,
AH the interest of Rbb. Daraine in tbe thor
oughbred Mare, KrTTY PURYEAR. ami her
two OAlta. narehased by him at the sale af It. T.
McGivoetf' property, jfkp kind andtfll?taf
the ioterwt to be sold wWb'a fitly H&mmT&t
the day of sale,
TERMS 0A3H. , ., .
Clerk and Muter.
Life fiisiirancc Company
A RE NOW PREPARED TO
cies of Insurance, on coed lives, at the most
"orFICE MAXWELL HOUSE.
JSO. 31. BASS, Pres't.
JT. TV. IIOYTE, See'y.
T. A. ATCHISON, Med. Jtxaminer.
JOS. W. ALLEN. J. C. McCRORY.
C. A. R, THOMPSON. Dr. T. A. ATCHISON,
JNO. M. BASS. W. H. BVANS,
J. W. HOYTE.
Second iVatioiial Bauk
First Momtay of Jnly, 1807
RealKtate - - -
Notes and Bills
Duo from Banks and Bankers ...
United States Bonds dcpOsitea to se
United States Bondsilepoeittd to se
cure Deposits .:-
Other United Stated Securities
Cash and Cash Items -
Capital Stock ..h : 4160,000 00
Pnrnlus Fund 15.000 00
Circulation 87.665 00
Individual Deposits. 333.935 54
United States Deposits 69,479 70
Tina Banks nd Bankers 36.326 66
Profit and L093 and Hxehange 3,220 22
W. J. THOMAS, Cashier.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,)
COUNTT OF DAVIDSO.V.
Sworn and subscribed to before, me, thia
1st day.of July, 1867.
A. C. NORVELL, N. P.
A fiOIE COMPACT.
EIOITTII O.TJAItTEniiY STATEMENT
Third National Bank
Loans and Discount $354,723 92
U. S. Bonds deposited
with U. S. Treasurer.-$35,000 00
U. S. Bonds on hand 340.600 00
7-30 Treasury Notw 105,20 00 510,850 00
Premiurn on U. S. Bonds 25.133 10
Sieht Hxchange 100,451 18
Cash Items :
Compound Infest Notes 5240,930 00
U. S. Treasury and Na- . t.
tional Bank Notes 115.381 47 366.261 47
Capital Stock $100,000 00
C. . ... I .. 13 1 41 O Aalt iW
ouimua A' uuu "vj .
Undivideil Profits 27.8S1 39- 45,851 39
and Certificates of
Deposits -.. S1,2,13S3H
Due to National Banks 15,084 84 1.231 .565 2J
I, EnoiR Jones, Cashier of Third National
Bank of Nashville, da soleiuuly swear tbat tho
above statement is true to the best ot my know
ledge und belief.
EDGAR JOXE.M, Cashier.
STATE OF TENNESSEE.)
CoUN'TY OF DAVIDSO.V.
Sworu to arid subscribed bctbrc me. July 1, 186".
It. a. A.C. NORVHLL.
W ill. S T EWAR T,
UA.VCFACItjBER OF EVGKY DKSCBirTIOS OF
Iron Work, Bank Doors,
Jail Work, Prison Cells,
VAULTS AND VAULT DOORS
Wrought and Cast Iron Railings of every pat
tern. Gratings, etc., and all kinds of Black
smithing, 0. JIAItKET AMI ASH STREETS,
Notice to Corporation Tax
Paj'ern. X I0RP0RATI0N TAXES FOR 187 ARE
j now due, and the Book is ready and in the
hands of the Collector. Tax-payers are request
ed to como forward and pay their taxes without
delay, and savo cost. No interest charged if
paid this month. A. V. RUTLAND.
july2 lw Revenue Collector.
IN YOUR C?TY.
St, Nicholas Dining Eooms,
Dny Uonrti par Weelc $5 OO
Ronrit ier Uny 1 00
Single itlenl, 00 Cent.
5 Warm Lunch Free eyary day at 10 to 11
o'clock a. m., and 11 to 12 p. m
june29 Attorney at JLav,
63- Special attention will bo giveii to CoU'44-
1,19119 in Maury nncl aljoining countiw.'
LATE OP LOUISVILLE. KY.. Xo. 2 Son Hi
Maris vl and liurcli strceis, Produce,
Commission and Forwarding Merehatit, and
Agent for sundry Manufacturing Bstablish
ments, Kentucky and Virginia Tobacco. Can
dles, Starc.h,Spiees, Hams, Fish, Oysters. Crack
ers, Cheese, Butter. Beans, Potatoes, Vegetable.
Oranges, Lemons, Pineapples. Peaches. Apples,
WANTP-Thro thousand bushels good
Peaches, not too ripe, und put up in one bushel
slat boxes. june27rim
"WE WQDLB- INFORM TOE EATING
TT public that new I'iuur (whieh is not ours)
has made its appearance on the market in sacks,
with the name of our mills on them. Not know -ing
to what extent this may be done, we would
say that the genuine article will make its ap
pearance in the early part of this week, with
our regular trade brand on every sack and
barrel. GEO- C ALLEN i CO ,
Agents Lebanon Mill.
jnno30 lw Cor. College and Broad ats.
ARE YOU 23 ?
Pay $14.90 for a Policy of $1000.
PniLlP LINDSLEY. T.M.8TBGER.
IsERTDSXiEY & SHEGEB,
Attorneys - at - Zaw.
77 ?j'orlh Cuerry street,
WO. 139 SOUTH CHERRY STREET
TS NOW PREPARED TO CLEAN OIIANDE-
I lla TIr.nl.lj II. .-.1. 1 i . .
all Mouldloga, Gildings, etc, to their orlrfnal
apptaraaoe. titatuei, etc., bronted inwpa-nor
Ale Pumps. Soda Founts put'up and repaired
to order. aor233i
ARE YOU 65?
Pnr 7C.UQ for a Pallor of 81000.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
SliNDAY LAST. A n
Milah Oew. with a ibi- 7.
Corner Broad ana Summer m.
WHEAT F WHEAT
TMEJUOH1ST 3IARKET PRICE
AtlfieUlHSHRVOIRailLES. near City?Wateb
Works: at BJRIEN Jfc TIIAXION'3. No. 99
South Collegearsct, and S. B. SPURLOCK'S.
corner'B'reti aSilOellece streets.
To Colored Soldiers, and Widows and
THE FOLLOWING NAMED PERSONS
are hereby notified that their claims against
the Government for BACK PAY. BOUNTY,
etc., due Colored Soldiers, have been allowed,
and are requested to call at once at the head
quarters of the Freedmen's Bureau, on Spring
street, near tbe Chattanooga Railroad Depot.
artcommuuleate by letter, and receive tbe cer
tificates for the amount due them, vkr
alio3 Hettie Sellers
Coeil ai. Joseph
Reives, James II.
eon, Isaac Young, Georae.
V. P. CARL1N. Brt. Mai Gen. U. S- A.
Asat. Com., Tenn.'
ARE YOU 51 ?
Invest $37 in it Policy of 1000.
""y ftp" " ifTYT-aJ. , F if'1"
. It. E. LEU. --
Aided by a corp of twenty fntructors.
ing a l'rolessnr ot Latr.
rpHE NEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN ON
L third Tbursday In September, and end on
third Tbursday in June. Lexington may be
reacbed by stage from Staunton or Goshen, tin
the Virginia Central Railroad : from Lynehburg
by canal, or by itage from Bonwek's, on. the
irginia and Tennessee Railroad.
For further particulars, apply to Clerk ot the
Faculty for Catalogue.
ClmrclL Property lor Sale.
I ATE OFFER AT
PRIVATE SALE THE
T T large
and couinodieu Briek Chorah.
with lot attached, on the corner of Cherrr and
Elm street". South Nashville, nnd opposite the
Firemen's Hall. The buildingoan bo converted
into two large and excellent business bouses,
and is well located for that purpose.
We offer this property at a price much below
its. real value, and on credits of six. twelve,
eighteen, twenty-fbur, thirty and thirty-ail
months, with interest.
Any information desired will be furnished by
Morton B. Howell, mq., at his office in the
Courthouse, ar by A. NELSON A CO..
Real Estate Agents,
jitneSl lw No. ftt) N. Cherry at.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
No. 27 Deatlerick. Street,
MA KES TO 0RD8R THE FINEST FRENCH
Calf S'tfln B.oots; also, Shoes and Gaiters.
A small lot of custom-made Boots on hand,
whieh will be sold at reduced rates,
A SURE AND RADICAL CURE FOB,
" r- soiCAi EYES,
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retnii, at
aw. ,t9 A Uli 1 11 ajJiKII.jtT STREET,
juneZl 6t SU AgenCr ftr tho Vnilot: State.
SINCE TH B A D DITION OF GBN. STEWA RT
and Prof.SAFFORD to tho Faeulty. and the
establishment of a
Of the very highest grade, all the seven chair in
the Literary Department are filled ao well that
'ta friends would not exchange teachers with any
other College in America.
Next session opens
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTBJEBER.
For Catalogues, apply at tlie Banner of Peaeo
offiee, Nash ville, or addro8 tte President, B. W.
miiuu.iAiiu, iicoanon, xenn.
I liunol tf
KEEP YOUR MONEY HERE
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DTt. KItOC3v.ArA.rV, HAVING KB
turnfd to the city after a auceesaful proVw
sivnat tour thraugb the Soutbarn SUtea, has
taken ropsaa at tbe ST. CLOUD HOTEL, where
ha tea bo oen4alteJ daily from 9 a. h. till ft K
x. lis nnmarout testitsoafala from wsll-kcown
ettlieps are aaffieient eridenca of bk aoaceM
and skill in the apscial branhe to wbfcB IX
oonfinas hi practice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREb? WARKBft
against trading for a Dfce flm drlnnorti
lorthrejj hundred and weaSr-Bve , rfliiaZ il'
The Nashville Life Comp'y,
-A- I I 1 -V A. V ONCE.
, Engine nud Roller.
FOR-SAtEA laRST-RATBSNGIIfB ANB
, I0. In good order. Cau b acxl
Vti&i learned, by caltlnr M tbB otic.
-nay 31 lut
AREirOU 607''li''f lilt'
Then $0 Will Llsur'oirlltOOO
IN SITU AN CE COMPANY
a 1 '
INLAND TRANSrORTATION- ltSKl
Tnken at Eqaitnbic RnteM. -
' -CS-LWsses Uirly adjusted and. promptly paW't
Offiee, Second National Bank buiairngi 0Ue
street, JOHN LITMSDBN. PrasKlei,
W. J. TUOMAd. Wto Presldaat
JOHEPU NASH, Secretary.
KANAWHA SALT! I
KANAWHA SALT I
THIS WELL KNOWN SALT IS MOW AR
riving in large quantities. The barrels are
good and strong, having improved the eaapar-.
age so as to meet the expectations et every ote.
The Salt will bs
AM GOOD TERMS
As any Salt brought to Tennessee.
Orders from the eountry respectfully aWtal.
GUI). C AI.UEN A CO., Agactts,
Corner of Broad and Coilege streets. NasiivitJai
Tenn. aprSS 3m
1867 LUMBER. 1867
STARTSMAN & WRIGH1
(Below JT. Jc N. W. Railad TraatleJ
rFFER FOR SALB.A(C TUB LOWBKlf
J market rates, tor Cah, a general aasjan.
Pine, PopJnr and (Ink Scant Unsr. and
Oue, l'nn12 inch.Yellow Fine nnrl
Wfiftc Onic nnti ITiclrory.
Ccilnr Plnnk nml Nqtinrc Posts.
Wlil(c nntl Black AVnlnut.
Flooring- of all kiadi.
Bridge Timber cut to order and so taffeta
ly on hand.
nud 2 inch While and Yellow
flrnvpl Roollns dot to order ad mate-
ml tor sale. maySSra
i. 1 M O .
Cooking fand Heafig?. St6ve'o;( -
1SKI1HU, mnt AND OIMiAdlllVTAL'
WATER AN1 AS PIPES,
E T C.
' STORK 1'KO.Vlrl, mitt
Sugar and Bark 'rSW&,
Portable and Stationary, .feiglnos,
Oh band and Battle to efder.
WORKS ON LBBA150K PIKM. NBA P. CITr
KA3VS. r JONH, I'rsaH.
JOIIX TRENRATII, Sec'y.
ARE Y'OTi .Itt?
$20.40Will Secure Your Family $1000
"VTr YET SUPPLIED WITflTIIRIR 3ljMr
-I- . merdreyes, will not fail to avail tharoeotvea
f the bargains
R. T. KIRKPATRICK
is offering in Lawns, Organdies, MoMmlwia,
Grenadines, ete. He is determined, if w nihil,
to close out hi? aummer stock, and trt do to. Ka
this day marked them donn regardleas of coat;
so to those who want goods cbean, now m tk
time. He baa also a Dae stock nrStuule iiaJi,
adapted to all seasons, such as Linen aM Cotroai
Sheetings, Iriah Linens. Table Liaeas, Napkias.
Towels, Curtains and Curtain goods, HosietT.
Gloves. Laces and Embroideries, ate., Trbiek he
will sell as cheap a any houe in tb oouatry.
BAGGING AND ROPE. '
WB ARE THR SOLBAOJOtTS DOR TUB
I above justly celebrated brand of
RAOOINn AND ROPE,
asd are Breparexl to fill order at Mauihciurars
prieea. Owl ami see sarnplaft
Kllllll ATAKKUc. -
jane 18 3w 14 and 16 Morkoi Mreet.
EYMS, FITE & CO.,
1 I1V3T. BlaOW,
WHARli NOW IX BBCBrPrOr ALAHWP
and wti toteeted .
Spring and Summer
To whieh we call the altentlo' , .
YMitiBg Waihritlg. Oar saw jLSJl .t
BTtf., HTft, 7m.
RVAVS, lITG CO
JOr NO GOODS SOLD AT RKTAIL.
TT A YINO QUALIFIED AS TUB aVDM1!!'
xx urratrix or tbe estate ef J
Northrclicire Ntrrft. en
a. -ii u,e stocsJ TOettM.
koooj. uoots. bnee. at.. eife.
deeaaaed. cpon a cedft. ef twfe
anu gooa seeartty required.
VII Dtnaut harinir alniuia
Will prescot tliesi. and3PeirRf
reitawnay ia laaia
pj iuenuuentgnea. .
Adrarx ot JoMph Lazaro.
Jcne 2?, lS7.-jj2 lot.